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Thursday, April 21, 2016

Spa Beauty Treatment Burns Customer's Cornea

The New York Post reported today about a beauty parlor treatment gone awry. A customer wanted to have his eyelashes tinted. The esthetician, who worked at Benefit Cosmetics Brows-A-Go-Go on Lexington Avenue and East 63rd Street, had never been trained to use the product and should have first tested it on his skin, court papers said. The man noticed the next day that his eyes were read and full of pus, and he noticed what appeared to be a burn mark under his cornea. Now he's suing the spa.

The attorneys at Feldman, Kronfeld & Beatty have years of experience working with people who have been burned, hurt, and injured at spas, beauty parlors, and hairdressers in New York City. These spas are often undercapitalized and do not provide adequate training or protection for their employees. The customers are the ones who often get hurt by these unsupervised and untrained employees using dangerous products and techniques. If you, or a loved one, has been hurt or injured in a spa or beauty parlor, contact the experienced personal injury trial attorneys at Feldman, Kronfeld & Beatty at (212) 425-0230 or at for a free consultation.

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